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BashoCam: collective photographic sequencing in wireless P2P networks

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BashoCam: collective photographic sequencing in wireless P2P networks
Wireless peer-to-peer network technology enables new types of collaborative practices among people in public space and across multiple locations. BashoCam is an on-going project that designs for a collective aesthetic practice across wireless peer-to-peer social networks. It aims at enabling users connected by a social network to create collaborative narratives by juxtaposing rhythmic sequences of photographs taken on the spot. These narratives evolve as they spread throughout the network. We describe the concept of BashoCam, the user interaction and our current implementation. Keywords Collective aesthetic practice, evolving collaborative narratives, network-based performance, digital photography. ACM Classification Keywords J5. Arts and Humanities: Performing Arts. H5.m. Information interfaces and presentation (e.g., HCI): Miscellaneous.
Lalya Gaye, Svante Hermansson, Lars Erik Holmquist
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CHI
Authors Lalya Gaye, Svante Hermansson, Lars Erik Holmquist
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